Bake brown soda bread in a cast iron skillet


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/03/06/brown-soda-bread-in-a-cast-iro.html


#2

Yep! Excellent recipe. Also goes well with lemon curd or rowanberry jam.

Or Vegemite.


#3

You mean Marmite.


#4

That is a beautiful skillet!


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#7

I really need to try this! Soda bread rocks; I eat it with just a healthy smear of butter.

I wonder if I have any wheat germ around the house . . .


Last week I made corn bread in a cheap-ass cast iron skillet I got at a “tool faire.” The side of the pan developed a 1/2" crack in it, making it ideal for baking use. It has begun to get a decent glossy patina.


#8

Cast iron skillet baking? I am in!
Must try this before March 17 St. Paddy’s day.
Cheers


#9

Sounds like you should be planning some for the day after also.


#10

Remember a pot holder as you remove skillet from oven, or you will learn regret.

(mod: NSFL)


#12

I don’t have photos, but I removed the top of a turkey pan the wrong way once. The steam scar took six years to heal.


#13

Stay away from the green beer and whiskey shots.


#14

I’m a retired chef, and the nasty steam / heat burns I’ve witnessed are many, OUCH!


#15

Cranberries? I think you mean raisins.


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I saw “whiskey shits”


#18

It didn’t look like that, but boy did I find that one out the hard way…


#19

Hand soldering is like that, too.


#20

Cast iron is for righty.


#22

Both!

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